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Results found for: June 2014

27 Jun 2014
Tintin and Snowy
He's one of the world's most famous comic book characters, and fans of Tintin may well want to try exploring the Musee Herge (H...
24 Jun 2014
New York exhibition on Charles James still going strong
The work of Charles James is under the spotlight in New York City at the moment, at the city's Metropolitan Museum.The exhibition, ...
23 Jun 2014
BA offers passengers World Cup highlights
British Airways announced earlier this month that it would be showing World Cup highlights on certain long-haul flights.As well as allo...
17 Jun 2014
Cyprus 'does not intend to compete in terms of price'
The tourism industry in Cyprus does not intend to compete with other popular holiday destinations on price alone.That is according to t...
16 Jun 2014
Cat cafes are here to stay
Cat cafes - when the concept first arrived in the UK many thought it was just a fad that would disappear as time went on. However, the...
11 Jun 2014
Rembrandt self portrait confirmed as authentic
The National Trust property of Buckland Abbey will have a new and exciting exhibit from this Friday (13 June). The Rembrandt Revealed e...
9 Jun 2014
New attractions for the Swiss Alps this summer
While the Swiss Alps in the Bernese Oberland have always had plenty to keep travellers occupied in the summer - such as the spectacular...
6 Jun 2014
Aalborg regeneration drawing in travellers
Aalborg probably isn’t the first place you think of when you’re considering a holiday in Denmark, but it is in fact the cou...
3 Jun 2014
More UK airports offering free Wi-Fi
A new survey has revealed that 22 out of 25 of the UK’s main airports now provide travellers with free Wi-Fi access while they&rs...
Heathrow T2 ready to open
Tomorrow (4 June) will see Heathrow’s new Terminal 2 open to the public with what officials have described as a ‘soft openi...